As most of us know, Islam is not the greatest purveyor of women’s rights in the world. On the contrary, many women in Muslim nations are treated like property, can’t go to school, are abused by men, and are given little hope of heaven.
Many politicians are afraid to expose the anti-woman agenda of Islam. Hillary Clinton, who is assumed to be the next Democratic nominee for president and appears to be running on the “War Against Women,” has raised millions of dollars through the Clinton Foundation from Islamic nations that abuse women–with rarely a peep from the mainstream press.
That’s why I was surprised when I saw an article recently by a gun-toting American woman that clearly describes the Muslim problem in America.
This woman understands the threat of Islam.
Jan Morgan, the owner of Gun Cave Indoor Shooting Range in Hot Springs, Arkansas is a journalist and business owner who taken an amazing step at her shooting range: She won’t rent or sell guns to Muslims.
That may sound extreme, and you may not agree, but her reasons for doing so reveal an understanding of Islam that goes deeper than the average Joe. Her thoughts are worth pondering.
After some years of accelerated violence by self-proclaimed Islamists in America, Morgan began to study the Muslim religion discovered “109 verses commanding hate, murder and terror against all human beings who refuse to submit or convert to Islam.”
On her website, Jan Morgan Media, Morgan explains a decision she made to prohibit Muslims from using her shooting range. I will share her ten point treatise below.
By Jan Morgan
I officially declare my business, The Gun Cave Indoor Shooting Range, a MUSLIM FREE ZONE.
1) The Koran, which I have read and studied thoroughly and (which all Muslims align themselves with), contains 109 verses commanding hate, murder and terror against all human beings who refuse to submit or convert to Islam. Read those verses of violence here.
2) My life has been threatened repeatedly by Muslims who are angry that I have studied the Korean and have, over the past two years, been exposing the vileness of the Koran and its murderous directives.
3) The barbaric act of beheading an innocent American in Oklahoma by a Muslim, the Boston bombings (by Muslims), the Fort Hood mass shooting (by a Muslim) that killed 13 people and injured over 30 people and the murder of 3000 innocent people (by Muslims) on 9/11.
This is more than enough loss of life on my home soil at the hands of Muslims to substantiate my position that Muslims can and will follow the directives in the Koran and kill here at home.
4) Because the nature of my business involves firearms and shooting firearms in an enclosed environment, my patrons are not comfortable being around Muslims who align themselves with a religion that clearly commands hate, murder, and violence against all non Muslims. Therefore many of my patrons are uncomfortable around Muslims with guns. (Can you blame them?)
5) My range rents and sells guns to my patrons. Why would I want to rent or sell a gun and hand ammunition to someone who aligns himself with a religion that commands him to kill me?
6) Muslims, who belong to and/or, support ISIS, are threatening to kill innocent Americans. Muslims, who belong to or support AL Qaeda, are threatening to kill innocent Americans. Muslims who belong to or support HAMAS are threatening to kill innocent Americans. See a common thread here?
7) I not only have the right to refuse service but a RESPONSIBILITY to provide a safe environment for people to shoot and train on firearms. I can and have turned people away if I sense they are under the influence of alcohol or mind altering drugs. I have a federal firearms license.
The ATF (the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) informed us when we received the license that if we feel any reason for concern about selling someone a firearm, even sense that something is not right about an individual, or we are concerned about that persons mental state, even if they pass a background check, we do not have to sell that person a gun.
In other words, a federal agency has given us this kind of discretion for service based on the nature of the business. I can and have turned people away if I sense an issue with their mental state. So, it’s difficult to imagine how the Department of Justice could have issues with this when ATF gave us this discretion.
8) I have no way of looking at Islam other than as a theocracy, not a religion. Islam is undoubtedly the union of political, legal, and religious ideologies. In other words law, religion and state are forged together to form what Muslims refer to as “The Nation of Islam.” Once again it is given the sovereign qualities of a nation with clerics in the governing body and Sharia law all in one. This is a theocracy, not a religion.
The US Constitution does not protect a theocracy. The 1st Amendment is very specific about protecting the rights of individuals from the government, as it concerns the practice of religions, not theocracies. It clearly differentiates between government and religion. Again protecting the individual’s religious beliefs and practices from (the state) government.
In Islam, religion and state are one.
We are a nation governed by laws, or the law of the land the U.S. Constitution. We are not a nation that is governed by religion, politicians or clerics. How then, can anyone say that, the practice of Islam is protected by the U.S. Constitution?
The Muslim Brotherhood has a documented plan for the destruction of America from within, discovered by our own government during a raid of MB operatives in America. In addition, I am very cognizant of the civilizational jihad under way in my country by American Muslims. In a number of states Muslims, through our legal system, are trying to force us to accept Sharia Law over Constitutional law. I do not wish to do business with people who stand against the Constitution and are fighting to replace it.
9) Islam allows Muslims to kill their own children, (honor killing) if the behavior of those children embarrasses or dishonors the family name. (did you know that dating outside of the faith is justification for murdering their daughters and this has already occurred on American soil?) Why would I want people (who believe it’s okay to murder their own children), be in the presence of other children? My patrons often bring their kids to the range to teach them to shoot. I am responsible for providing a safe environment for those children to learn gun safety and shooting sports.
10) In the fourteen hundred year history of Islam, Muslims have murdered over 270 million people. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but almost all terrorists in the world right now are Muslim.
Since you can’t determine by visual assessment, which ones will kill you and which ones will not, I am going to go with the line of thought that ANY HUMAN BEING who would either knowingly or unknowingly support a “religion” that commands the murder of all people who refuse to submit or convert to that religion is not someone I want to know or do business with.
I hold adults accountable for the religion they align themselves with.
In summary, I not only have the right, but a responsibility to provide a safe environment for my customers. I do not believe my decision is religious discrimination because I do not classify Islam as a religion. It is a theocracy/terrorist organization that hides behind the mask of religion in order to achieve its mission of world domination.
People who shoot at my range come from all religious backgrounds. I do not care about their religious beliefs. I care about the safety of my customers who come to shoot here. The government allows businesses to ban me from entering their business with my gun because the property owner feels uncomfortable or wants to provide a “safe” environment for their patrons which is in clear violation of my 2nd Amendment right to bear arms.
I should be able to deny service to people on the same premise. Can my government really force me to invite someone who had threatened to kill me, into my home or business?
I will do whatever is necessary to provide a safe environment for my customers, even at the cost of the increased threats and legal problems this decision will likely provoke.
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Jan’s thoughts about the theocratic nature of Islam are worth pondering. Is Islam, as practiced by millions of Muslims in the 21st century, just a credible individual religious faith or does it come intertwined with political/religions entanglements that create its true danger?
And do the 109 Koranic verses on jihad against all non-Muslims make it a unique menace against true freedom and First Amendment privileges?
I’ll let you be the judge.
But I think we can learn a few things from this woman who understands the threat of Islam.